In January, we were all promised two vaccines by October. Then one vaccine. Now, we have no idea when the country will be inoculated.
Oddly, Peter Dutton has cited the bungled vaccine rollout as the inspiration to start a $1 billion plan to manufacture guided weapons locally.
Today, the WHO ruled that blood clots could be a rare side effect of the AstraZeneca vaccine, continuing a roaring battle of public perception.
In my humble opinion, the backlash around the suggested Dark Mofo work by Santiago Sierra represents a precedent that perhaps we don’t fully grasp.
Mathias Cormann voted against a motion that called climate change an emergency. Now he’s part of the OECD, promising sweeping policy on that front.